Calves less than 30 days old sent directly to a meat processor from their birth farm (bobby calves). Bobby calves are also exempt from the requirement to record a movement.
You need to provide an annual tally of fallow deer at your location. Untagged fallow deer can move between farms, but a movement must still be recorded in NAIT.
Trophy stags don’t need to be tagged if they’re born at or going to a game estate, wildlife park or zoo. You need to provide an annual tally of trophy stags at your location.
Untagged trophy deer can move between NAIT locations, but a movement must still be recorded in NAIT.
Animals that are large and/or aggressive and present a risk to the PICA or other farm staff may be considered ‘unsafe to tag’ for NAIT purposes.
UTT animals are subject to a $13 UTT levy (excl. GST) per head, collected by the meat processor.
To declare an animal ‘unsafe to tag’ you will need to provide the: